Ted, Bet and Tony visit their artist brother in London.

group in flat

From left to right. John, Tony, Bet and Ted.

John is getting a bit worried.

Tony Briscoe. Please, Tony, don’t slouch in your chair! That’s better

Ted Briscoe. Ted you’re just like your brother. Straighten up please. That’s better!

 

Tony and George do the washing up while John and Ted mouch around.

Snap!

john in flat 2

John Briscoe.

george in flat

George Saxon. Performance artist

george tv flat

George, the multi-media artist, scratches his ear.

john sleeping with cat in flat

It’s been a long day for John.

ted in flat 2

Goodnight everyone see you tomorrow.

 

Author: blackbird212012

I am interested in multimedia work: songwriting, art, and creative writing. I have been involved also in theatre and music performances.

4 thoughts on “Ted, Bet and Tony visit their artist brother in London.”

  1. I was a BA Fine Art student at Humberside when George was teaching there, he was such a nice chap. I saw John only once at the art school but we had never met or spoke. He was with George and I remember walking past John as he stood tall with shoulder length hair, sporting a jumper and a gold earring, sipping a mug of coffee. Another time I remember, George was with us during a student trip to Spain and on the airport shuttle bus he mentioned he had stocked up on tobacco and cheese. George also had a pet dog, a mongrel. Good times.

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      1. I’m still making art but I work full time and I’m a family man, been married for 16 years. I miss art school. I’d just like to add that George was very hard working and inspirational. I wish him all the best.

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